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Scaffold Q+ for Proteomics

Scaffold is a computer program that integrates search results from search algorithms such as Sequest, X!tandem ,Mascot, Phenyx, OMSSA and Spectrum Mill to generate peptide identification and protein identification probabilities. Scaffold also displays an overview of the protein identifications for each search algorithm so that spectral identifications can be compared and validated by probability scores. Protein information can also be used to detect false positives and also examine the peptide and spectral evidence used for identification. Scaffold Q+ helps in quantitation of 4-plex and 8-...

MSI Supporting DOE Grants in Computational Chemistry

MSI is proud to spotlight some of our researchers in a new series of articles that are aimed both at highlighting their research and illustrating how MSI facilitates it. Christopher Cramer’s group uses supercomputing resources to push the limits of present-day computational chemistry tools in order...

How do I use Globus to transfer data at MSI?

The University of Minnesota participates in the Globus data transfer service. Globus is a service that allows for fast transfer of data between computer systems, using a convenient web interface. Globus data transfer speeds are typically significantly faster than data transfer speeds using other...

ABAQUS

ABAQUS is a general-purpose Finite Element program designed for advanced linear and nonlinear engineering analysis applications. The Institute has ABAQUS/Standard, ABAQUS/Explicit and ABAQUS/Cae. ABAQUS/Standard , provides ABAQUS analysis technology to solve traditional implicit finite element analyses, such as static, dynamics, and thermal, all powered with the widest range of contact and nonlinear material options. ABAQUS/Standard also has optional add-on and interface products with address design sensitivity analysis, offshore engineering, and integration with third party software, e.g.,...

UofM Receives Funding From NSF for Dedicated Campus Research Network

The University of Minnesota today announced the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded it $500,000 to build a dedicated research and computing network enabling researchers on its Twin Cities campus to more easily collaborate and innovate with research institutions around the world in their...

Galaxy

The Galaxy web application is an integrated informatics solution that supports both data analysis and research discovery. It is useful to beginning, intermediate and advanced informatics users or researchers alike. Skills/Software Needed: Galaxy is a web-based application that can be used from any...

Interview: Jin Woo Jung

Jin Woo Jung is a computer science graduate student who is doing research at the Minnesota Dental Research Center for Biomaterials and Biomechanics (MDRCBB), led by Professor Alex Fok (Restorative Sciences), in the School of Dentistry . He has been using MSI for about a year. Mr. Jung was a...

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